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"'A Thing Writ in Water': Allan Melvill's Epitaph," in Ahab: Major Literary Characters, ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, 1991, pp. 184-201.
"An Education in Presence: When Literature Comes to Life in Student Journals," in The Writer's Art, The Teacher's Craft, ed. Mimi Schwartz. Heinemann, 1990.
"Ralph Waldo Emerson," in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Criticism and Theory. Eds. Martin Kreiswirth and Michael Groden. Forthcoming from The Johns Hopkins University Press. 1992.